Saint-André: prolonged closure of the José Léger school following a rat invasion

Saint-André: prolonged closure of the José Léger school following a rat invasion
Saint-André: prolonged closure of the José Léger school following a rat invasion

The José Léger nursery and elementary school has been closed since April 26 in Saint-André. Following an invasion of rats, the town hall took the decision to extend the closure. The reopening is therefore scheduled for Tuesday, May 21.

The José Léger nursery and elementary school, in La Cressonnière, in Saint-André, was infested with rats. As a reminder, rodents were walking around the classrooms, soiled by excrement and urine.

A situation which had already lasted for several weeks, according to the parents of students who had also expressed their anger in front of the school gate on Friday April 26.

“The Mayor, Joé Bédier, went to the site this Tuesday, April 30 to carry out a visit to control in the presence of the school management and municipal services”informs the town hall in a press release published this Wednesday, May 1, 2024.

The school closure is extended in order to “guarantee the effectiveness of the treatment put in place”specifies the municipality. A specialized company will then carry out the overall post-intervention cleaning..

Students will return to school on Tuesday, May 21.

“Educational continuity is guaranteed for the students by the teaching team. The activities planned within the school during the holidays will be relocated, specific information will be provided to the families concerned”concludes the Saint-André town hall.


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